Infernal Angel

Infernal Angel

  • Author: Edward Lee
  • Artist: Erik Wilson
  • Page Count: 302
  • Pub. Date: 2003
  • ISBN: 1-58767-075-5
  • Status: Out of Print

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Infernal Angel
by Edward Lee

About the Book:

At last, the long-awaited sequel to horror-master Edward Lee's critically acclaimed City Infernal. In this brand-new installment, join hybrid demons, zombie prostitutes, and Fallen Angels as they journey through the smoking, blood-and-gut splattered streets of the Mephistopolis–Lucifer's eternal city of the damned.


Hell is an endless metropolis spiring with black skyscrapers, raging in eternal horror. The moon is black and the sky is the color of blood. Screams rip down streets and through alleys, carried by malodorous winds. The people of this place trudge the sidewalks back and forth, to home, to work, to stores, etc., just as they do in any city. There's only one difference. In this city, the people are all dead.

Now, two normal living humans, humans just like you, have discovered the most time-held occult secret. They have the ability to enter this city of the damned, but with powers greater than even a Fallen Angel. They're angel's themselves now–infernal angels. One means to foil the most diabolical plot ever devised in history, the other means to set it into action and bring all the evil of Hell to the Living Earth.

Join them on their journey. Join them in the guts of Hell...

Infernal Angel is the sequel to Edward Lee's City Infernal, which was also published by Cemetery Dance Publications.

Edward LeeEdward Lee's distant creative endeavors include more hardcore horror novels, a political thriller, a military tech thriller, a "true-life" thriller, a pop-literati abstraction for which he just won a modest grant, several horror scripts and God knows what else. His favorite horror novel is Our Lady of Darkness by Fritz Leiber; favorite short story, "Loveman's Comeback" by Ramsey Campbell; most influential author, H.P. Lovecraft.

Published in two states:
• Limited Edition of 750 signed copies bound in full cloth and Smyth sewn ($40)
• Traycased Lettered Edition of 26 signed and lettered copies bound in leather with a satin ribbon page marker ($175)